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THE NEW DAILY APPEAL.
Tol. I. CARSON CITY, WET., TUESDAY7" MOllXING, SEPT. 15 1872. jVo. H. THE SEW DAILY APPEAL, A daily newspaper, devoted to politics, general iifws, local alfuirs and the interests of its m igh lKrhood. Issued every day (Sundays excepted.) TERM OF tiUBSCBirnitJf: One copy, one year, by mail $12 00 ne copy, six months, by mail 50 One copy, three months, by mail. ..- 4 00 Payment on subscription invariably in advance. (There will be no deviation from this rule.) The Appeal will be delivered to the citiwusof t arson at Fifty Cents per wr-ok. payable weekly to the carrier. AOVEKTIsrXO rates: One square (10 lint) first inst-rtion M 00 Kach u..weque.it insertion 1 ' Office On Second street, opposite the South jn Front of the Capitol. HEXRY R. MIGHELS, Proprietor and Editor. SALOONS. THEATER SALOON. PJ1HE CHOICEST BRANDS OF WINE, SPIRITUOUS AND MALT LIQUORS AND nirOKTED CIGAES J i.r sale at the boTe old established and favor ite res.irt. Drinks 14 1-8 Cents per Gl. X. B. Colosel Fbank Hall, the well known spiritual medium, will be on hand to minister to the wauts of the thirsting visitors to this sa I.hih. MOOKE H. PAKKEK. 1-tf Proprietors. BANK EXCHANGE SALOON Swnajr'i Building-, Corner King and Ormsby Streets 1HK BEST AND PI RKST BRANDS of Wines, Brandies, WhUkies, And other spirituous liquors; A lea, Lager Beer, etc. Retailed at iH cents per glass. A particular feature of the Bank Exchange is the very supe rior brand of HAVANA CIGARS, always kept on hand . ayCall and see me. 1-u K. B. BROWN, Proprietor. OLD "SAZERAC" SALOON Carson Street, Carson City, Nevada LEWIS a THORINBTON, PROPRIETORS. TIIHIS WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR Saloon has been entirely renovated and renin-ned by the undersigned. A Fine Milliard Table Has been added to the establishment, and LIB ltOOM fitted np with the vtew to accom odate visitors. We have purchased a hrst-class assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, And shall be happv to see and wait on our fneuds. GI'S LEWIS. 1-tf JEROME THORIXGTOX. MARK M. GAIGE. . Magnolia Saloon fc GAICE, Proprietors, County Buildings, Carson City rnUK ABOVE SALrOOX HAS BEEN J niirely rrhtted and tipencd under iue preu 'ut pptprietorship in nrst-clas style. The best brands f WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Alwavs to be hail at the Bar; and there are TWO l'lKlVr-CLASS For the accommodation of customers. MARK M. GAIGE, 1-tf A. MAY. DALEY'S EXCHANGE, SOUTH C STREET, VIRGINIA, NEVADA Four doors south of Bank of California. WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND BILLIARDS. ;-oli:tv ai.i- :xici titles HOT LUNCH EVERY DAY from 11 .i au in to X p. m. 1-tf C. H. DALEY, Proprietor. PALACE SALOON, NORTH C STREET VIRGIXH CITY TINKER a SHEPARO, PROPRIETORS. nlHE UNDERSIGNED RAVING PITR- I chased the entire interest in the above named Saloon, the business thereat will in the future be carried on by thein under the linn name of Tinker at Shepanl. TV. W. TINKER, W. F. 3HEPARD. Virginia, January 23, 1871. 1-tf THE LATESTTELEGRAMS. Horace Greeley, following in the zig zag footsteps of his illustrious predeces sors, willl begin on Wednesday to swing around the circle of the Ohio and Miss issippi valley States, presenting the flag of our country with its thirty-seven stars our gellorious constitution: full amnesty to rebels and complete damnation to President Grant; distributing meanwhile, some tracts concerning the beet crop and the corruption and nepotism of the potato-bug; and waving his cream-colored locks in the September breeze. Go west, young man; go west! Attorney General Williams who is one of the coolest headed men in the Repub lic and one of our best lawyers, is of the opinion that the Geneva arbitration has awarded Uncle Sam all thrtt he had rea son to expet. Considering that there was but one representative of a govern- ment of Republican form on that tribunal we think Mr. Williams is quite right. ' The soldiers and sailors arc flocking into Pittsburg. Bnrnside will preside over the Conven tion which meets today. The steamer Constitution encountered a heavy pale near Maedalena and had to throw overboard some of her cargo. Stocks in the San Francisco Board are improving. Still it proves a difficult matter to find jurors to try the Fair case. if tne number 01 .Democrats wuo were willing to take the pledge demanded at our primaries on Saturday indicates the disposition of the party throughout the State, Greeley and Brown won't get votes enough in Nevada to give Horace so much of a sniif of sage brush as would serve to remind him of the days when after his overland ride, he counselled the substitution of the Canada thistle for that niodest and unoffensive species of native shrubbery. The probabilities now are that Greely will be worse beaten in this State than John D. Winters was in lStiti or worse, by several hundred votes, than Seymore was in 1S(8. Grant's majority will not be less than twelve hundred, and it will prbably reach fif teen hundred. The Placeb Anors. This is the title of a new Republican weekly pajer which has just made its appearance in Auburn, California. It is under the editorial con trol of Mr. James B. Mc Quillan, a verv vigorous and capable writer. It ought to succeed; for it is " well set in the field " and preaches the true political gospel. Good luck to it. W e have the authority of the San Juan IHtr Cluh, that when people down there get married they treat the printers to hot rice soup and scraps of cold chicken. This custom seems to have been intro duced by the Celestials, who do a big business in the matrimonial line. 'No Hope. ' F:iiling to find anything encouraging in the election returns along the Atlantic shore, from Maine to North Caaolina, the Democratic managers have taken their figure-head's advice, to 'Go West.' They are now working upon Illi nois and Indiana. Their newspaper col umns are full of congratulations upon the constantly improving prospects in the States which are not reporting returns of recent elections. It is astonishing, the Democratic migration that must have ta ken place to Illinois and Indiana from Maine, Khotle Islam, (Jonnectticut, West Virginia and North Carolina! We fear that to 'Go West' will not save the cause. Its fate is written, Ephesians II: 1'2. t late 1'ine ymcs. CHAS. W. FRIEND, WATCHMAKER, JEWELER AND EN GRAVER, CARSON CITY NEVADA DEALER IN WATCHES, SILVER. WARE, Fine Jewelry, Clocks, etc.. And keeps constantly on hand the finest brands of Havana and Domestic Cltfara, Sinolt Juf and Chewtnjr Tobaccos, Pipes, Cutlery, Sta tionery, etc. xyWittches, Jewelry, Mathematical and En gineering Instruments carefully repaired and warranted. Jewelry of all Descriptions Made to Order. a" V" Sole agent for the celebrated CREJCKVT SPECTACLES. Carson City, Sept. 9, 18T2, 1 tf LIVERY STABLES. LIVERY STABLE CARSON STREET, OPPOSITE WELLS, FAROO A CO.'S EXPRESS. milK I'NDERSIGNED, RAVING I N- m iik uhmh hw mhijuik uu his tmm- neiw, is now better prepared than auy livery stable proprietor in Nevada (oiitsidi of Virginia City, to aceomnioaate tne puuuc wnn. BUGGY AND CARRIAGE EQUIPMENTS FINE SPANS, Stylish Turn-ont (all new), Superior nauuie Morse a. And everything that a first -claHs Livery Stable is supposed to be provided with. Picnics, Balls. Political Gatherings, Funerals, etc., etc. Rupplied with vehicles and steady teams on the shortest notice. Access to my stable can be had at all hours of the day and night. A Stage to Lake Tahne leaves the Sta ble Daily. TERMS REASOXABLE. A share of the patronage of the place is solic ited. J. M. BENTON, Proprietor. Carson, September 9. 1H72. BANKERS. THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA AGENCY, AT VIRGINIA, - NEVADA A.J. RALSTON, Cen'l Agent rpBIS AGENCY RECEIVES DEPOS- a lis oi eoix on crmiRxcY Open Account or to Issue Certificates Therefor Payable (at the option of the or San Francisco. holder) in Virginia EXCHANCE FOR SALE XEW YORK. SAX FRAXVISCO, BOSTOX. SAf'RAMKXTO, Loxnnx, i a tils, VI BUS, Err. Collections Made on All Points sVBulIion purchased at the most favorable rates. WKtocks, Bonds and Legal-Tender Notes Bought and Sold. "Ag'.ncy for the sale of Quicksilver. A. .1. RALSTON, Agent. J. P. MARTIN. Cashier. Virginia, Nev., Jannary 1, 1K72. 1-tf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COUNTYASSESSOR. J P. WINNIE ANNOUNCE HIM. self as a candidate for the office uf As sessor of Ormsby county, subject to the action of the Republican County CoovmUou. alU-td GIFT CONCERT. AUTHORIZED BY THE State of Nevada By authority of and under tho MANAGEMENT OF THE TRUSTEES First Grand Gift Concert OF THE State of jVevadat FOUNDINQ A STATE INSTITUTION INSANE AUTHORIZED BY AN ACT OP THE Legislature of the State of Nevada, ap proved March 3, 1871, to be held at Virginia City, - - Nevada OCTOBER 1.1, ma. TICKETS OF ADMISSION 85 IN COIN. S265.000 In in Will be Riven to holders of Tickets at the Con clusion of the Concert, as follows: 2 Grand Mold Coin Oif ts of ,(mo each. $.sl,nilU S Grand Gold Coin Gittsof tl.l.Ota) each, .10,li0 2 Grand Gold Coin Oiftsof flo.ono each, ai.uuo 4 Gold Coin Gift of fft.miu each l,"ou 1(1 tiold Coin till ts of i,UI each 'JU.KI0 20 Gold Coin Gifts of f l.uuu each 'jo.imu fiu Gold Coin Gifts of f xalcach WI.K0 1110 Gold Coin Gifts of fHt each Ju.miU 3(10 Gold Coin Gilts of fits) each iuH Sou Gold Coin Gills of $.X) each a,UK 1U00 Gifts, amounting to I.UI0 KsTickets are now for sale and ran he oh. Uined of C. C. PEMERGAST, at the orn-e of wells, tmn a CO., and at the office nf I), IILAXCHAKD. Mauain r. at J. Waldsteiu It Co. Cittar store. Mouth C street. WELLS, FARGO as CO., Vlrsrlaia City, TREASURER!. D. L. BLANCH A RD, General Manairer. J. D. KERMGV, f General A (rent, Carson. HOTET4I. Ormsby House CARSON CITT, NEVADA. II AVINCJ HADE EVERYTHING NEW A X in the bnck portion vf the ORMSBY HOU8E, We are prepared to offr the public superior ae. roiumodatioiut both in the Dining- and Sleeping Apartments, And will endeavor to make our guts comfort able during the erection of the new building. THE IAN OF THE ORMSBY Will be attended to by GEO, L. GlliHON, whose well snuwn amnty to run that Institution uueds no comment. oue but First-class Liquors Dealt In. 1-tf B. H. MKPF.R ft BON, 8T. CHARLES HOTEL, CORNER OF CARSON AND THIRD STREETS, CARSON CITY. CEORCC TUFLY. .. Proprietor IflVERY PAINS WILL HE TAKEN TO 'J sustain the reputation of this old estab hrtied public house snd to render it worthv of a continuance of the liberal patronage which it nas nitnerto eujoyeii. THE LODGING DEPARTMENT, THE TABLE AND THE 1IAK Will be sustain. -d in first-class style, ftaerlsl etertions are made to give to the St. Charles the character of thoroughly desirable and commo dious FAMILY HOTEL. 7" A fsir share of transient and resident ra- ironagv is soiicipii. -tf GEORGE TI'FI.Y, Proprietor. WARM SPRINGS HOTEL (AT TRR STATE PRISON) L. LACHAPELLE Pipbietob Free Carriage from Carson At S, 10 and 12 a.m., and 2 and 4 p.m. BATHS, FIFTY CENTS EACH. THE HOTEL W1LK BE RUN AS A nrst-clasM institution In every particular, and the PRICKS will be as low ss the proprietor can anc.ru as he does not expect to make a for tune the nrst year. TIIK 1IA.II Will always hp supplied with the purest and best WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. aVInralida aaAirina frszn rheumatic or scrof ulous affections would do well to give the Warm springs a trial. 1-U L. UtCBATUXr. TRAVEIJNtt. VIRfilU&TRKKEER,R. CARSON DIVISION JJ A St ENG KR TRAINM WILL I.K AYE Oaraon Olty DAILY A follows: First Train n,m. Second Train 14 m. Third Traill at. an, WILL LRAVE VIRCINIA CITY STATION ah follows: First Train f (4.1 aim. Second Train 1 1 14 A a. m. Third Train ai43 p.tu. WILL LRAVK aii follows: First Train a.m. Herond Train 14 m. Third Train 4 asm. 3?roiarla.t azo.Ji WUX LKAVB Virginia City and Carson daily an follows: 0 sum., sum., IS a-m. 14 an.. avm.. 4 P.na. and asn. SrTime of transit two hours. raam Virginia to Gold Hill Twenty-five Cent. Virginia to cmm fti Carson to tiold Hill or Virginia .f'i do Through Tickets will he sold toPsvtna Via Mound House, in connection with Folsum 4 Johnson Stage Line, Hono jaDl-lislozx Passenger Trains make rinse connection at Steamboat Springs With Stag's to snd from Virginia City and Carson Also, with the EAST and WEST IIOCNP Pas seuger Trains of the tVntral Pa. III.- at KK.Nt", I-tf H. M. 1KRINGTON. CARSON CITY AND VIRGINIA CITY Ladd (t Billings, Proprietors ON AND AFTER MARCH la, IT the ronitiKKlious and couiiorublc iw ia . of this line will leave CARStN at TiflO o'clot k (Every morning.) Returning, leave VIRGINIA CITY at a. at. oiagus suip tgoiiuj aua euuilllg) at EMPIRE, SILVER CITT ANO SOLI HILL At the afOt'ND HOt'SE will connect wtlli 1-tf stagea to and from Daytnn. GENOA AND SILVER MOUNTAIN II'THER OLDS BEO I.K.IVK TO A Inl.win the traveling pi.hllc that he is bos ruuuiug a line of CONt'OKII (H)ACIIFft, carr -lug pasttihtters, rtpn-as aud I lilUd SlsUs Uia.1. fnm GENOA via Sheridan. FrederirhanrK, novflior s, nsrairsviu., isjaunt Hnlllon and Monitor to SILVER MOUNTAIN. "Leave Genoa everv MONDAY. WEPVI'.. PAY and FRIDAY. Returning, hei Milv. r Mountain every TUESDAY, TUl'RHDAY ard SATl'RDAY. Ill PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. BILLINGS. IENTIST-Otnce a few doors Maalh or the u, B. Mint, ( Aiiwis stum.i . Hstisfsctlon given in sll cnsi. sl'l-lf T. D. EDWARDS, A T AW. Orrtcr In Bwsetiy's BnlMIng, southeast cor nTof fcuig and Ormsby stnvt. tf CAKSON CITT. Nliiv ADA. DR. L A. HERRICK, JOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Orrnc In the County Buildings, Carsoa stnet. 1-tf CAItlMIJi t;lTl, SI.MPA, DENIS PECK, J)ROFEHBIONAL HICK-NURNI; Tenders his smrl.-es to the rltla-ns nf Csrsei and vicinity as a nana) for sack genGessra as may require his am ices. Apply at the effire uf the Carson ArfKAL. 1-tf